Archive by Month "September"


Hurricane Irma Gave A Beatdown – How Can You Help?

Hurricane Irma has caused widespread damage to our neighbors in the Caribbean and our friends in Florida. More than 6 million people were ordered to evacuate their homes and many of them are returning to face power outages, flooding and destruction. Preliminary estimates for Irma

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Sep 14, 2017 | News

This THC-Infused Lollipop Dares You to Stage Your Own Eco-revolution

Sometimes it isn’t difficult to confuse a stoner. You could ask him to alphabetize his M&M’s, tell him to sit in the corner of the Oval Office, or, in this case, call a cannabis product an idiom for being drunk. Okay, that may not work

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Sep 13, 2017 | News

New Data (Again) Shows Fewer Kids Are Using Marijuana — Despite Legalization

Those arguing against cannabis legalization were dealt another crushing blow this week — this time by the government’s own data. New figures from a federal survey confirm marijuana use among 12 to 17-year-olds is at its lowest level in more than two decades — after

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Sep 7, 2017 | News

7 Things To Do While You’re in Denver

Denver is a cool town. It’s got old squares, new skyscrapers, dive bars, and even a Mile High Stadium. From the old days of the gold rush through to the green rush of today, Denver has been a town that attracted the migrant and the

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Sep 5, 2017 | Travel

“Weeee-d!” Everything You Need to Know About a 420 Tour

Come to Denver they say. ‘Check out Red Rocks and Casa Bonita, enjoy the sunshine, get mile high.’ It’s all there for the taking. However, there really is at least one unique tour a hardy traveler can take in Denver that they won’t find anywhere

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Sep 1, 2017 | Travel